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Do you ever re-install your OS and then spend the next hour (or more) re-installing all of your drivers?  I’ve gone through this several times myself.  Innovative Solutions has the solution to this and it’s called DriverMax.  It lets you back up all (or even just some) of your current drivers and re-install them all at once.

And the price is definitely right.  $0.

From the website:

DriverMax is a new program which allows you to easily reinstall all your Windows drivers. No more searching for rare drivers on discs or on the web or inserting one installation CD after the other. Simply export all your current drivers (or just the ones that work ok) to a folder or a compressed file. After reinstalling Windows you will have everything in one place!

 

Most of the situations when Windows is running slower are caused by faulty driver installations. Windows stores all versions of older drivers just in case you want to go back; sometimes it messes up older versions with more recent ones. The Export Wizard will only export the drivers you select by copying the needed files to a folder or a compressed ZIP file.

 

After reinstalling Windows all drivers will be back in place in less than 5 minutes - sparing you of searching, inserting disc after disk and losing precious time. The Import Drivers wizard allows you to install all the drivers that you exported earlier. The entire operation might take up to 5-10 minutes.

 

Just one single computer restart will be required after all drivers are reinstalled!

 

DriverMax is able to display a complete report of all drivers (versions, release dates) installed on your system. This feature can also be very useful when you want to analyze the differences between the drivers installed on different machines.

Posted on Thursday, August 24, 2006 5:46 AM General | Back to top


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